adidas CODECHAOS 22 BOA Golf Shoe Review
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adidas CODECHAOS 22 BOA Golf Shoe Review

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adidas CODECHAOS 22 BOA Golf Shoe Review

There is a lot of cool gear in the golf equipment world that doesn’t always fit neatly into Most Wanted Tests or Buyer’s Guides. You still want to know how it performs. In our We Tried It series, we put gear to the test and let you know if it works as advertised.

a side view of the adidas CHODECHAOS 22 BOA golf shoe

What We Tried

Today we’re reviewing the adidas Code CODECHAOS 22 BOA Golf Shoe  — the BOA Fit System-equipped version of adidas’s top-performing spikeless golf shoe. And, yes, we’re 100-percent positive this adidas shoe is spikeless.

Your adidas CODECHOAS 22 BOA Tester

Tony Covey. Resident BOA guy back from a brief hiatus spent tying laces.

a toe-on view of the adidas CODECHAOS 22 BOA golf shoe

About the adidas CHODECHAOS

The CODECHAOS has become adidas’s flagship spikeless golf shoe. As a perennial strong performer (and multiple winner) in our annual Most Wanted spikeless golf shoe testing, it often rates as one of the best golf shoes on the market. After reading about the CODECHOAS for last several years (on my own damn website), I figured it was about time I actually tried it.

CODECHOAS 22 BOA Golf Shoe Features

  • Micro-Adjustable Fit – BOA Fit System provides a secure fit.
  • BOOST Foam – adidas’s proprietary foam provides cushioned comfort and “incredible energy return.”
  • Recycled Materials – The upper contains at least 50 percent recycled plastic waste.
  • Spikeless Traction– A Twist Grip outsole paired with Gripmore rubber secures the foot throughout the swing.

You also get a molded EVA sockliner if you’re into that sort of thing.

The BOA version is available in three colorways while the lace version is offered in seven.

For now, the retail price is holding at $200 while the standard (laced) version has been discounted to $128 (originally $160).

Style

the zipper on the adidas CODECHAOS22 BOA golf shoe

I hate that I have to write this section but, based on the feedback to previous golf shoe reviews, I’ve learned it’s basically impossible to avoid the style discussion. So here we go …

Like most tech-driven BOA designs, the adidas CODECHAOS 22 BOA features one of those over-the-top wrap-around flaps that I suspect is a good bit of the reason why so many have an issue with the BOA-enabled deigns. While the aesthetics aren’t for everyone, the flap works in conjunction with the BOA Fit System to secure the shoe (and, by extension, your foot) more evenly.

Think about it like this: BOA Fit System works a bit like your belt (assuming you wear it properly) whereas traditional laces are more like what your belt would be if you only ran it through the front loops of your pants.

Talk about a lack of style (and function) …

a look under the zipper of the adidas CODECHAOS 22 BOA Golf shoe

Unlike most BOA designs, the flap system is hidden under a secondary zipper closure. It gives the shoe a more streamlined look, though I suspect some will still have a problem with it.

It certainly doesn’t convey the casual vibe many spikeless wearers are looking for but for a more casual look, don’t tighten the BOA and leave the zipper down.

You think that looks goofy? I know a guy who wears unlaced Louis Vuitton Jordan knockoffs.

Who’s the toolbox now?

Anyway …

the three stripes logo on the side of the adidas CHODECHAOS 22 BOA golf shoe

As is typical, BOA users are limited to fewer colorways and while most of them aren’t stuff I’d choose anyway, I definitely prefer the black-on-black look of the non-BOA design. As it happens, I wear a fair amount of navy so the Cloud White/Crew Navy/Crystal White colorway is fine for me but I suspect most would prefer the white-on-white option available in the laced version.

Hey, addias, there’s no rule (at least none I’m aware of) that says BOA colorways have to be different. No need to overthink it.

FootJoy—same goes for you.

BOA FIT SYSTEM

A closeup of the BOA L6 dial that secures the adidas CODECHAOS 22 BOA golf shoe

I’m not sure how widely known it is but a variety of different closure mechanisms exist within the BOA ecosystem.

The adidas CODECHAOS 22 leverages BOA’s L6 dial paired with a TX4 textile lace (not the kind of lace that’s for suckers). The L6 is the most commonly used dial in the golf shoe world, largely because of its low-profile design. The L6 is micro-adjustable for a precise fit but, unlike the Li2 dial used in the Tour360 22 BOA, it doesn’t offer turn/click to loosen functionality.

Some BOA users grumble about having to retighten over the course of a round. I’ve definitely experienced that and, while I’ve never considered it an issue, I don’t recall having to tighten the CODECHAOS. Frankly, I have no idea why.

adidas CODECHAOS 22 BOA Golf Shoe Fit and Comfort

adidas CODECHAOS 22 BOA golf shoes

Neither the BOA nor the suckers (laces) version of the CODECHAOS is available in wide sizes so I can’t rant about a pro-lace bias. As far as the fit relative to other adidas shoes goes, my only current point of comparison is with the previously reviewed adidas Tour360 22 BOA. Between the two, the CODECHOAS definitely feels wider though it doesn’t offer anything close to what you’d get from a true wide size.

That said, it’s a better fitting shoe (for me) and, while the heel cup still doesn’t feel quite right, I don’t get the same feeling of wearing a shoe that was custom made for somebody else’s foot that I got with the Tour360.

This is only my second recent go-around with BOOST foam but I’m definitely a fan. It’s comfortable and supportive without being too soft, which gives the shoe a bit more stability than many spikeless designs.

To be sure, that’s not necessarily what everyone wants from a spikeless shoe. I’m definitely a guy who wants my spikeless shoe to feel (and work) more like a golf shoe than a casual shoe or even a sneaker.

As far as comfort goes, I threw a comfortable pair of backup shoes in my bag just in case. On the 13th hole, I thought I might need them but the discomfort (mostly in the heel and entirely in my slightly larger right foot) leveled off. I haven’t had an issue since.

As I mentioned, I’m not big on the idea that golf shoes should need breaking-in but if you’re willing to tolerate it, a bit more than half a round of walking golf isn’t bad. There’s also a good chance that golfers who typically fit into standard-width shoes won’t have any issues.

Traction

a view of the sole and gripmore traction system of the adidas CODECHAOS BOA golf shoe

I’m going to tell it to you straight. If you swing with any sort of aggression (which is the only way I know how), spikeless shoes can’t match the traction of spiked golf shoes. I’d wager it’s most of the reason why spikeless designs are relatively uncommon on Tour.

That said, I found dry traction to be adequate. I certainly didn’t feel like I was spinning out or anything like that. I think you’ll be fine in dry conditions.

Wet traction, however, is at best a C- (and I’m being generous here).  I experienced some slipping, sometimes severe. Predictably, it was most noticeable with the driver.

Bottom line: While Mother Nature has surprised me on two recent occasions, the adidas CODECHAOS 22 BOA isn’t a shoe I would wear if I knew conditions were going to be wet.

On a positive note, my feet stayed dry despite a 15-minute, hide-along-the-tree-line downpour. They’re supposed to be water resistant.

So far, A+ for waterproofing.

a closeup of the toe of the adidas CODECHAOS 22 BOA golf shoe

adidas CODECHAOS 22 BOA – Takeaway

The adidas CODECHAOS 22 BOA is my favorite spikeless shoe of 2022. Full disclosure: I’m not a big spikeless guy and, more to the point, up here in Saratoga, N.Y., away from our test facility, I don’t get to test nearly as many shoes (spikeless or otherwise) as I might like.

While the lack of wide sizes is often problematic, there’s enough extra width here so that it’s workable. As I’ve mentioned, I’m on the narrow side as far as true wide-foot guys go so if you’re towards the wider end of wide, you’ll likely need to look elsewhere (until the shoe companies start treating us with the respect we deserve).

As far as where it fits in the market, the CODECHAOS (BOA or otherwise) is definitely not one of those comfort-first, go straight from the office to the golf course, casual kind of things. I mean, it’s got a zipper.

Who wears a zippered shoe to the office?

a closeup of the zipper on the adidas CODECHAOS 22 BOA golf shoe

Forget your casual street vibes, the adidas CODECHAOS is first and foremost a golf shoe, not a shoe you can happen to be able to play golf in. It’s a bit like the FootJoy Pro SL in that respect

The look and, by extension the vibe, are perhaps a bit less formal and that happens to be what exactly what I want in a spikeless design.

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      Steve O

      1 year ago

      Over built, Over priced, Zippers look stupid, who let this get out of the design room.

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      Bruce

      1 year ago

      Ugliest things I’ve ever seen

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      Bruce

      1 year ago

      Never. these look just like the shoes my grandfather wears in the nursing home.

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      Ken

      1 year ago

      I have had all 3 versions of the codechaos shoes. For a guy with wide feet that doesn’t fit any of the regular Addidas shoes, these shoes are awesome. I have only 1 complaint and Tony you did hit on it. The right heel on all my codechaos shoes have some kind of issue. I wish it was just temporary but for me it is a constant thing. I have put in heel protectors and they help alot, I just wish there was something they would do for the heel comfort. This has happened with all 3 versions of the codechaos for me.

      But the comfort is second to none everywhere else..

      As for the BOA part, not a make or break feature for me. laces are just fine for me.

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      Jimmy

      1 year ago

      I have ZG21s and have had the same experience. They’re really comfortable otherwise, but the right heel gives me issues. The first time I walked a round in them, I was bleeding all over my sock and the back of the shoe by the 10th hole. I decided to change socks to something with more cushion in the heel and haven’t had any problems since.

      Comparing it to other brands, these are definitely a half inch or so higher in the back. Not sure if it’s the same for the code chaos but sounds like it might be.

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      Adam

      1 year ago

      As a golfer with wide/extra wide feet (depending on manufacturer), it would be nice to see some of these shoes available in wide options- FJ and New Balance come to mind.

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      DOUGLAS (DOUG) MAEL

      1 year ago

      I was on a golf trip in Scotland this summer, and I ruined one pair of golf shoes, so I purchased a pair of these exact shoes (all white) at Royal Troon Golf Club.. I tried on many shoes before settling on the Code Chaos BOA model, and this was my choice because of comfort and a secure fit (certainly not for their looks!) I walked 36 holes in these golf shoes my first day, and nine on Turnberry’s “short course that evening (daylight until 10:30 PM is great for mega-golfing), and then another 18 in the rain the next morning on the Ailsa Course at Turnberry. My feet have never felt so good in another pair of golf shoes!!!

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      Irish Assassin

      1 year ago

      I have two pairs of BOA golf shoes, I have never been more happy with how easy they are to put on and take off. Depending on company you purchase from you may find some are very narrow, it’s a good idea to look at size charts and reading the reviews before ordering.

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      P.J.

      1 year ago

      I love BOA shoes, they’re the only golf shoes I own. I was interested, until I got to the spikeless part. No thanks.

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      Bag Ratt

      1 year ago

      Haven’t tryed the BOA system … looking for a new pair of shoes but play a lot in the morning so might not be a good fit…
      They would be good for caddies who don’t pick up their feet!!! Any one need a caddy?

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      WAYNE WALTS

      1 year ago

      I have been in the sporting business for over 50 years. . In the ski business, ski boots broke with Boa system as with fishing wading boots. The system fails and is a pain to fix. Laces are still the best

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      Micah

      1 year ago

      I love codechaos shoes already! Very comfortable and I’ve never had an issue with traction. Boa are superior to laces, but it’ll be another year before I’ll need another pair of shoes

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      Bill

      1 year ago

      As I am an early hit off person i.e. 6.30 am there is dew on the ground so spineless are out so cannot give a considered opinoin

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      TJ

      1 year ago

      It would’ve been nice if there were some picture with the wear on the shoes after since they are white. I have Air 270’s and they’re almost completely discolored now. after a season of use.

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      Bob Schmalbach

      1 year ago

      Not for me even if given to me for free. Mesh not good in the morning.

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      Francis Beck

      1 year ago

      I am over 70. This craze for shoes made with mesh material is baffling. They don’t clean well and look like dog poop. No more comfortable or lighter than more traditional material. So no, wouldn’t be caught dead in them. BTW, you didn’t mention how much they weigh. Important for us old guys. I used to wonder why old guys couldn’t pick up their feet. Now I know, with heavy shoes on the feet are just to heavy! What’s wrong with zippered shoes at the office? You might start a fashion trend. Everyone else wants to do it, TRUST me.

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      Chuck Goodykoontz

      1 year ago

      I have flat feet and usually pull out the insole to insert my custom orthotics. Is the insole easily removable in these shoes? I’ve never worn a BOA shoe from any manufacturer, but based on your review, I’d give them a shot.

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      Robert

      1 year ago

      Just more expensive cheap crap from China ! When are we going to wake up?

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      Thomas A

      1 year ago

      Wake up and do what? These shoes are $160. They’d be $350+ if made in the USA or Germany. And they’re not crap. Adidas make very good shoes. Wake up to supply chains and capitalism.

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      Jjgolf

      1 year ago

      They wouldn’t be $350 if made in the US and knowing a little (mostly little) about pricing from china, these are shoes adidas isn’t paying more than $12-$15 to import. You see those $60 no name golf shoes on Amazon? Impossible there is extra manufacturing costs in the shoes in this feature…. Simply more profit for adidas.

      Dave

      1 year ago

      I have 8 pairs of golf shoes because I have homes in NY and Fl. 4 shoes have laces; 4 shoes use the BOA system.

      The BOA system is superior because it tightens the shoes from the ” bottom up” and ‘evenly” envelopes the foo.t, enhancing fit and stability. Laces , on the other hand, tighten the shoes from the top. only . and do not offer the same level of fit and support provided by a BOA closure.

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      Gary Connolly

      1 year ago

      I like my shoes to feel secure on my feet. I will stick to lace ups the BOA style may be comfortable but if that system break you have just wasted your money on a pair of slippers

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      Chris Nickel

      1 year ago

      Would be true, except BOA has a super solid warranty.

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      RT

      1 year ago

      NOT NO!!! BUT NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! NEVER EVER!!!!!

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      KP

      1 year ago

      1st off I would never game a white shoe. Always looks dirty. I am a traditionalist so if it doesn’t look like leather I’m out. I don’t trust that a shoe that looks like a mesh shoe is waterproof. Plus it looks like it’s made of rubber. So even less classy looking. Never tried BOA because the color choices suck. Give me more color options and I might give it a go. Otherwise laces work good enough for me. Thanks

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      HoppItUp

      1 year ago

      I bought my first pair of FJ Boas this summer and I like the system. I also have a couple of pairs of the Code Chaos shoes with laces, but the 2021 model. I have played in my CC shoes in very wet weather and never slipped, and I am an agressive swinger. The only pair of spikeless golf shoes I have ever slipped in were Eccos, worst pair of spikeless shoes I have ever bought and the most overrated.

      My biggest issue with many Boa golf shoes is they seem to only come in white or black, come on shoe companies, lets put a little more color options in the shoes with the Boa laces in them.

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      Tom

      1 year ago

      No way

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      Kevin C

      1 year ago

      I’d give these a go for sure. I don’t love the look, but I don’t hate it either. I just bought a 2nd pair of CodeChaos shoes on sale because I really love my original pair that are still going strong. after nearly 2 seasons…..of course that’s 2 New England seasons with a player that has a family and a full time job so not even a quarter season for many of you.

      They are really comfortable, decent grip, waterproof and fairly easy to clean. I wouldn’t mind having the Boa option as my feet tend towards the narrow side and Boa shoes do seem to fit better. I do wonder about the comfort of this model though looking at the zipper and the foot opening. It seems like they made this model more complex than it needs to be and I wonder if they skimped on other areas to keep the price down.

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      Steve S

      1 year ago

      Tried to respond earlier but got bounced. Bottom line: no. Abandoned all golf shoes for hiking shoes. After walking 18 my feet are no longer sore or tired. Plenty of traction wet or dry. They last longer(going on 2 years and almost no wear) and they maintain waterproofing. I can also use them for hiking with the kids. Biggest bonus is they cost less than half of the BOA.

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      James

      1 year ago

      I went BOA this year. I traded my Adidas boost spiked and laced shoes for the Nike Air Zoom Infinity Tour NEXT% Boa.. These are hands down the most comfortable golf shoe I have ever had. They are spike less, a first for me, but have great grip and stability like my old spiked shoe. To give them one criticism would be that it getting them to the right fit takes a few turns. That means that while I am warming up I am snugging them down for a tighter fit. That might change once they are fully broken in. Again, not a big deal because all you have to do is give it another half turn and you are good to go.

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      Colin

      1 year ago

      I’ve had 3 CodeChaos shoes one a boot with BOA. They have all been comfortable and I really liked the BOA feature butttttt. They all wore out in the heal after a few months of wear, one in less than 3 months. I contacted Adidas and they said that is normal. Its not normal with any other golf shoes or otherwise I’ve ever used including other Adidas brands.

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      Dr Tee

      1 year ago

      I am a big fan of BOA–as many of us iterated in response to the recent general article about BOA–but these are just plain ridiculous and BUTT UGLY. Wouldn’t be caught dead in them !!!! Foremost problem is that right handers and seniors with limited mobility are going to have problems reaching the lt. shoe BOA dial due to it’s placement (reverse problem for left handers with the rt. shoe. The only location which makes sense is on the heel, where FJ traditionally places it’s BOA adjustment dials.

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      Mark

      1 year ago

      Love the BOA lace system period! I’m a walker and I tend to adjust my shoes through the round and laces
      Just don’t cut it. I wear wides as I have a tall foot and the adidas work for me. I have no fear of wearing ugly if the shoes work????!

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      Captain nubs

      1 year ago

      Don’t mind the look Adidas typically has a good looking shoe. However I have made the 100% move to TRUE Linkswear and I do not care for the BOA technology. Just my $0.02

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      Craig Goodwin

      1 year ago

      I already game the Adidas Codechaos shoes. Very comfortable and stable. The traction is spot on. Being old school I’ll stick with laces. I’m not a fan of the lace less looking slip on shoes.

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      cksurfdude

      1 year ago

      Yes, I’d try a BOA shoe .. some of my current laced shoes can create pressure points on the top of my right (trail) foot .. but *not* this adidas model…. That zipper flap thing makes them look like they belong on a patient in a nursing home (said with apologies to all actual patients in nursing homes)…

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      Mick lawlor

      1 year ago

      Price way way to high after all it’s just a golf shoe

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      Golfinnut

      1 year ago

      OMG these are awful! Wouldn’t be caught dead wearing these

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      GilB

      1 year ago

      Sorry, but as a lot of comments suggest, these things are the nastiest looking snow shoes I’ve ever seen.

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      Bob

      1 year ago

      I am with you on that. I wouldn’t wear them and being such a tradionalist only wear spiked shoes. I retired in Mexico so we have very wet conditions but regardless spikes are it for me.

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      MarkM

      1 year ago

      Thanks Tony, especially for the wet weather performance notification. I’ve always worn spiked shoes and was actually considering the CodeChaos because of the BOA (don’t think they look That bad – there’s much worse out there) but loss of traction ANY time is a no-go.
      And being an actual golfer, I still don’t get this idea of a golf shoe that goes from the course to the office, bar, whatever – ridiculous. Just change your f’n shoes!

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      Terry

      1 year ago

      I have a pair of Codechaos 22 which I love… when it’s dry. Otherwise, I am spinning out on too many shots and very anxious when going up and, more importantly, down slopes.

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      Frank Baran

      1 year ago

      NFW

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      Shadowman

      1 year ago

      Doesn’t matter how the saddle is strapped on the horse. It needs to work both ways the rider and the engine.

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      scott

      1 year ago

      I wear a size 15 and any Adidas BOA I have ever worn fit perfectly and way more comfortable than any footjoy. May try these or hope they make a spiked version. great review thanks

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      TC Coffman

      1 year ago

      The BOA is easy to navigate. Quick and easy fidvghise eith arthritis in their hands.

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      Clay Nicolsen

      1 year ago

      They remind me of the senior slip-ons that are advertised in Parade Magazine.

      If you gave me a pair free I still wouln’t wear them.

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      Gley

      1 year ago

      Love BOA!
      Laces are for losers ;) !

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      Bob

      1 year ago

      Anybody with a name like yours should be careful who he calls a loser

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      Steve White

      1 year ago

      Not for me. Mostly function – traction questionable, plus doubt they will have enough basic support. Also not fan of the look.

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      Tim

      1 year ago

      I love Boa and was an earlier user of Boa. I am not sure about this style, the zipper front seems odd. GFore has a great BOA shoe that I use, supper comfortable. It is spineless but has great traction

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      Paul King

      1 year ago

      Too ugly for me to consider.

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      Jim

      1 year ago

      Love the Boa system. I’d wear these

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      AKGolfer

      1 year ago

      I like the shoe and the BOA closure. I am in my 70s.

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      Chris

      1 year ago

      First and foremost comfort in a golf shoe is imperative. I have never liked any of the Addidas shoes I have tried. I prefer Footjoy spikes, currently Contours. But I have a pair of Walter Hagen waterproof spikeless that I picked up on clearance from Dick’s on a whim as a spare pair, and they have turned out to be an excellent wet weather shoe and very comfortable.

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      Brian

      1 year ago

      Had the original Codechaos Boa Boots for winter golf (very wet & muddy). Size wise I tend to have to go up a half size with Adidas but these were more like Nike/Puma/UA/etc sizing. Loved the Boa system but as with all golf shoes they didn’t stay waterproof beyond 6 months.

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      Kevin Jones

      1 year ago

      I have a narrow foot (B width) and usually the only shoe I can wear is a Foot-Joy. (special order most of the time). Trying to find a BOA in a style I would wear is difficult at best and, in most instances, virtually impossible. The only shoes other than Foot-Joy I have worn over the last few years have been Adidas Boost )early model) and Adipure (both lace ups). I hold out hope than some day I might find a pair of BOA’s in my size and width, but am not holding my breath.

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      Marc

      1 year ago

      I too have narrow feet. My street shoes are 2A’s. I can get away with B’s (narrow) in Footjoy and have for 50 years (Footjoy used to offer A width back then). I refuse to wear any other brand since none offer narrow widths. I may eventually try a BOA in the Footjoy offerings. These Adidas are interesting but the hell with them and all the rest of these companies that don’t offer narrow.

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      Vern Haynes

      1 year ago

      I personally own 3 pairs of the CodeChaos spikeless golf shoes but no BOA’s. I want to try CodeChaos with the BOA system. As to Doug above saying no one over the age of 40 should wear these type of shoes I’m fast approaching 80 and as far as spikeless shoes go wouldn’t wear any but Adidas CodeChaos spikeless.

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      Kevin

      1 year ago

      Not something I would use to play golf in . I like spikes.

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      Jim W

      1 year ago

      I am sold on BOA as a concept. They fit me better than any tie shoes. But I think this styling is a little too Space-Age for me.

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      Michael

      1 year ago

      I would wear these. They look comfortable and stylish.

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      Sarel

      1 year ago

      This looks amazing. I like the spikeless look as I run through spikes on my current shoes like there is no tomorrow, but that said spikes grip better when the ground is a bit damp. I am also on the wider foot spectrum and it’s sad that slimmer feet people get the benefit of great looking shoes

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      Vic

      1 year ago

      I have a set of Puma Boa style shoes and 4 pairs of FJ Boas, love them, I barely use my new Sqairz shoes, I am a 14W.

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      Mike

      1 year ago

      I wear boa shoe systems for golf – Footjoy- and also for bicycle shoes. I really dislike the look of these shoes from the front. The zipper and plain front are ugly to my eye and I would never buy them simply for that reason.

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      TonyG

      1 year ago

      All that stuff is cool but the biggest contribution Adidas has made to golf is the Boost insoles. If you wear custom orthotics, fit can be an issue with many manufacturers. And if you walk, any minor fitting issue is compounded many times over. By removing the Boost insole, you have plenty of room for a custom orthotic and any after market insole you choose.

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      Ab Swift

      1 year ago

      Butt Ugly

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      joselo

      1 year ago

      No way I’d use this, super ugly!
      Never tried The boa system and I don’t think it looks good

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      Todd sawyer

      1 year ago

      I like them but Adidas as a brand are too narrow for my feet.

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      Tom Buggy

      1 year ago

      Just flat ugly.. Would never wear this crap.

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      Doug

      1 year ago

      I think that, with most CodeChaos designs, this shoe shouldn’t be worn by anyone over 40. years old. The same goes with white belts and hats worn backwards. I only play BOA equipped (non-sucker) shoes, but prefer my shoes look a little more traditional (e.g. Puma and Ecco). They also need to have soft-spikes.

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      Richard Branson

      1 year ago

      OMG! This shoe better be comfortable, because it sure is UGLY.

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      Jay

      1 year ago

      I have had other “boa” type shoes and I like the adjustability of them for fit. I would be glad to test these out on the course to give a true review. Size 11.5

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      Brian

      1 year ago

      Love the looks. Codechaos are so comfortable. Can’t wait to try the. Boa system.

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      Howard

      1 year ago

      I have to say that even at my age (70) I do like the look of them and if I lived and played in a warm and dry country then I would buy and wear this style. Unfortunately the west coast of Scotland doesn’t meet these requirements so sadly I’ll have to stick with soft spikes.

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      Ron

      1 year ago

      BOA System? ANYTIME
      Adidas Codechaos: NEVER…EVER.

      Just my opinion.

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      Steve J

      1 year ago

      I’m a recent convert to the BOA system. I do not like to feel like my feet move around in the shoes at all, which means I generally have to re-tie my shoes a couple of times per round. I love the ease and comfort of the BOA system. I, like Tony am not a fan of pure spikeless shoes. My current favorites are the Puma BOA shoes.

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      Bill Farison

      1 year ago

      Not crazy about these golf shoes. And too expensive for me.

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      Daniel

      1 year ago

      Still love the Boa system!! Fuss free, easy to use and most importantly you don’t need to wash your laces!

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      Justin Mainprize

      1 year ago

      I am all in on the BOA after a full season with them this year and I don’t see me going back to laces anytime soon. The only thing for me is I only use ECCO because of the comfort and how they fit with my orthotics. It will be hard for me to go to another brand.

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